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Hotel Mikalo

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Reviewed February 3, 2017

Generally a very nice place to stay. Occasionally food took an infuriatingly long time to appear, but once on rooms table was excellent. Rooms/bungalows perfectly adequate but by no means luxury. With several in our group simultaneously accessing the internet, we rapidly exhausted the hotels' internet credit and were without for a day. Very friendly courteous staff

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Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain
Reviewed June 4, 2016

My friend and I spent two nights here and had a great time. I had messed up the booking and Monsieur Joseph didn't know we were coming, but was so accomodating and kind. It was 60,000AR/night plus meals, typical restaurant prices. It was cold and rainy so we had a roaring fire in the fireplace each night as we went...

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Reviewed April 12, 2016 via mobile

Loved this place, the accommodation was clean. .the nature, lemurs and chameleons in the garden. .the food was great. . .Joseph was so helpful. Close to all the parks and within walking distance of the village I would definitely recommend

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Renkum, the Netherlands
Reviewed December 20, 2015

This accomodation is an excellent base for guided visits to Natonal Park Andasibe and other parks in the direct neighbourhood. From here day- and night walks can be made to these highly valued biodiverse areas. The accomodation consists of a central meeting-/eating room, not very exciting, and several huts, made with local material in a green suurounding. The huts are...

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Reviewed September 13, 2015

Having spent over a week in Madagascar already and been served bread and butter for breakfast every day (with an egg if we were lucky), we could not believe our luck when we received a plate of TOASTED baguette with butter melted into it! This is the best breakfast we've had in Madasgascar. The eggs were cooked well and garnished...

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Brisbane
Reviewed July 10, 2015

If you are here for birding and not fussed about luxury, this is your kind of place. The bungalows are really cute and have a nice deck to sit and watch birds. The property is very close to the Andasibe National Park, you could walk if you didn't come with a car. Guides are available at the park, actually they...

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Devon England
Reviewed June 28, 2014

First I should say that this is really a restaurant with pretty gardens containing lodges. It is not what you would think of normally as a hotel. We volunteered in Madagascar with a great organisation called AMI. At the end of the volunteering we allowed a week or so to go to the rainforest at Andasibe. We stayed a couple...

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Antsirabe
Reviewed June 18, 2014

One of those hotels that don't invite the guests to stop there unless they have to. Very different rooms and bungalows build without any apparent logic, poorly lit in the dining room (one can hardly distinguish what’s served). Can be OK if nothing else is available.

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Shanghai, China
Reviewed February 12, 2014 via mobile

The location is good cuz it's near park andasibe (walk for about 15mins), but it's not at the town so it's quiet and safe!though the entrance of the town has a wifi spot.. Lodge is beautiful but not so clean.staff is friendly and helpful.one lodge in low season is under30$.however the breakfast is kind of bad...only bread and hot drink...

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Palmela, Portugal
Reviewed July 3, 2013

The place is very well located near Andasibe center. The bungalows are very nice and comfortable. The owner is fantastic, very pleasant, polite and helpful! The food is also great! We even saw lemurs just outside the hotel!

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Address: Andasibe, Madagascar
Location: Madagascar > Toamasina Province > Andasibe
Also Known As:
Hotel Mikalo Madagascar/Andasibe
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“There are a number of bamboohuts and some stone ones. The bamboo ones are the most private.”
klaass45, Dec 20, 2015 | Read review
“We were in the first of the brick-built lodges. There are 5 or 6 in a row. Most, but not all, had balconies.”
  • wide view of downstairs in our lodge (inc mosquito net provided))
Scoutkim, Jun 28, 2014 | Read review
“Try to find another hotel.”
TashaFrance, Nov 18, 2011 | Read review
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